The Case For Klecko: Why Joe Klecko Deserves a Call From the Hall

Posted: 21st October 2009 by Cole Tessler in NFL
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Its been over a decade and Joe Klecko has yet to have his name officially mentioned with the greats in the Hall of Fame. Joe Klecko was a DE, DT and NT who played 12 seasons in the NFL from 1977-1988, mainly with the Jets. Klecko made the Pro Bowl four times, the All Pro team twice and is the only player in NFL history to be elected to the Pro Bowl at three different positions. Joe Klecko was tough and physical as a player who gave his all for the team and did whatever it took to win a game. He was one of the anchors of the very popular ôNew York Sack Exchangeö in the early 80Æs and was feared by many offensive linemen. Just ask Hall of Fame offensive lineman Anthony Munoz who said: ôIn my 13 seasons, Joe is right there at the top of the defensive ends I had to block, up there with Fre ...

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